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Course Schedule for ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE - January 2018
Course ID Title Credits Type Instructor(s) Days:Times Location Permission
Dist Qtr
1018 ENVS-281-01 DroneFlightSch-Making Maps 0.50 SEM Tatem, David MTWR: 10:00AM-11:00AM
MTWR: 1:00PM-3:20PM
LIB - 119  
  Enrollment limited to 10
  NOTE: This class will not meet on Wednesday, January 10 or Monday, January 15.
  Unmanned Arial Systems (UAS) or drones have quickly emerged as a new way to explore the world around us. Emerging applications include surveying, search and rescue, scientific research and unmanned cargo. Mapping via drones is a growing field as drone imagining technology is compatible with desktop mapping software. Responsible drone usage requires knowledge of FAA regulations especially in urban areas where local air traffic could be impacted. This hands-on course will introduce students to UAS technology and all participants will learn how to fly drones safely and responsibly. They will then use the drones and associated imaging software to construct maps on and/or off campus.